05 Aug 10. The BRITISH ARMY BATTLEGROUP CAPABILITY DISPLAY Close Operations Stand of the Land Combat Power Demonstration (LCPD) will be held at Warminster on October 12th.
Content: Explanation of the aims and objectives of the LCPD and the Close
Ops Stand, and the bidding process with a cut-off date.
Contact: Major Tristram Carter RIFLES – SO2 G7 UK Res
1. The Land Combat Power Demonstration (LCPD) is an annual event conducted as part of the ACSC at JSCSC. The aim of LCPD is:
“To develop an understanding of the Land Component, the complexity and
capabilities of a land formation, and how a land formation may be deployed and then employed to achieve full operational effect – by demonstrating the capabilities and equipment found in a formation and how they may be organised.”
2. LCPD comprises a series of Stands, which ACSC students attend over a two-day period. One of these Stands is Close Operations. Close Operations are those which involve friendly forces in direct contact with the enemy, usually conducted at short range within an immediate timescale. Their purpose is primarily to strike the enemy in order to eliminate a discrete part of his combat power and effect is achieved through direct action.
3. The Close Operations Stand Battle Group Capability Display (BCD) will be open to visitors on Tue 12 Oct 10 from 1300 to 1700. The BCD is a comprehensive static display of vehicles, weapons and capabilities – much of which is directly relevant to current operations in Afghanistan. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO FIREPOWER DEMO. The closing date for ticket applications is Fri 10 Sep 10. Bids will only be accepted on the
form at Annex A. General queries should be addressed to Mr Richard Trounson, SO3 G7 UK Res on Warminster Mil (94381) Ext 2958 or at CTG-HQ-TrgRes-SO3 (email@example.com)or BATTLESPACE can email a form.
07 Sep 10. JOINT MUNITION EFFECTS 2010, 29-30 September 2010, Prague Marriott Hotel, Czech Republic . With the increase in ferocity of ISAF engagements with the Taliban, it is now more important than ever that the munition community shares its challenges and successes and learn from those troops who are right there now. The purpose of Joint Munition Effects 2010 is to create an un-missable opportunity for every stakeholder in the munitions environment to come together to learn, discuss, debate and identify the latest challenges, future requirements and current case studies of operations in Afghanistan. Over 25 ground breaking and controversial speakers from leading organisations such as USJFCOM, UK MoD, NDIA, US EUCOM, II MEF – USMC, EDA and the Czech Joint Forces Command will gather in at the Marriott hotel in Prague to showcase critical examples of munitions development, delivery, distribution and deployment seen anywhere in Europe.
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07 Sep 10. Vehicle Survivability 2010, 12-14 October 2010, Berlin, Germany. Vehicle Survivability 2010 will bring together over 400 attendees from government, military and the wider defence community to discuss the latest issues faced by operational commanders from around the globe, providing real solutions in this time of intense counter-insurgent conflict. This is the only survivability event that attracts delegates from almost every NATO country and associate partner. After Day One of the event the Survivability Solution Awards will take place during the evening drinks reception on Wednesday 13th October 2010. The Awards have been created to acknowledge specific products, services or solutions that have enhanced the safety and security of service personnel operating across the globe. If your company has produced a pro